CMOs Paralyzed by Paradigm Shift (and CIOs Aren’t Helping)

drowning_cmo-100526067-primary.idgeTech leaders that embrace the business needs of their employer will move into the executive team’s inner circle or have their choice of the best jobs. The days of merely “keeping the lights on” are coming to a close. Businesses expect that….and…..want new technology to drive profitability and competitive advantage.

This article underscores my point.

CMOs Paralyzed by Paradigm Shift (and CIOs Aren’t Helping)

IT Leadership Development: How to say “No” (Part 2)

Pete Hendrix No(Part 2)

Many IT leaders don’t include feelings of others when thinking, making decisions and communicating with others.  This isn’t bad or negative, it has led us to much of the great technology we have.

This three part paper provides awareness, tools and suggestions to manage this trait in dealing with others, which will boost careers via better relationships with business units and subordinates.

The Art of Saying No_Part #2

IT Leadership Development: How to say “No” (Part 1)

Pete Hendrix NoMany IT leaders don’t include feelings of others when thinking, making decisions and communicating with others.  This isn’t bad or negative, it has led us to much of the great technology we have.

This three part post provides awareness, tools and suggestions to manage this trait in dealing with others, which will boost careers via better relationships with business units and subordinates.

The Art of Saying No Part #1